WARREN, N.H. (AP) — Traffic is going to get a bit busier in Warren as the New Hampshire Department of Transportation starts work on removing and rebuilding a failed retaining wall.
The wall is just north of the Route 118 bridge over the Baker River in Warren. Work is starting Tuesday.
The project will require six weeks to complete. There will be one-way alternating traffic for six weeks controlled by stop and yield signs. The single traffic lane will be 14 feet wide.